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Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey tries to dribble between Christian Academy Japan defenders during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64.
Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey tries to dribble between Christian Academy Japan defenders during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey tries to dribble between Christian Academy Japan defenders during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64.
Nile C. Kinnick's James Mincey tries to dribble between Christian Academy Japan defenders during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Yuska fights for the ball with Christian Academy Japan's Leif Matsumoto during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64.
Nile C. Kinnick's Ethan Yuska fights for the ball with Christian Academy Japan's Leif Matsumoto during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)
Christian Academy Japan's Koji Matsuoka drives between Nile C. Kinnick defenders during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64.
Christian Academy Japan's Koji Matsuoka drives between Nile C. Kinnick defenders during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)
Nile C. Kinnick's Tristan Venturina tries to maintain control against Christian Academy Japan's Enosh Mutenda during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64.
Nile C. Kinnick's Tristan Venturina tries to maintain control against Christian Academy Japan's Enosh Mutenda during Friday's Kanto Plain boys basketball game. The Knights won 68-64. (Sheila Suckart/Special to Stripes)

High school

Basketball Boys South KoreaHumphreys 67, Seoul Foreign 49 Friday at SeoulBlackhawks 12 19 23 13—67Crusaders 8 11 14 16—49Scoring — Blackhawks: Junior Gregory 18, Collin Metcalf 16, Myles Johnson 14, Connor Coyne 12; Crusaders: Han Kim 16. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Metcalf 11, Coyne 10. Assists — Blackhawks: Coyne 6. Blocked shots — Blackhawks: Metcalf 10. Noteworthy — Metcalf recorded a triple-double in points, rebounds and blocked shots.Yongsan 56, Daegu 30 Friday at Camp WalkerGuardians 19 8 14 15 — 56Warriors 1 9 12 8 — 30Scoring — Guardians: Si Kwak 16; Warriors: Princeton Newbold 11. Rebounding — Warriors: Newbold 7.

JapanAmerican School In Japan 59, Yokota 19 Friday at Yokota Air BaseMustangs 20 13 11 15 — 59Panthers 4 6 5 4 — 19Scoring — Mustangs: Kai Goldstein 17, Adam Knode 14; Panthers: Zolton Stonechild 8. Noteworthy — Goldstein hit five three-point goals and Knode four for the Mustangs.Christian Academy Japan 68, Nile C. Kinnick 64 Friday at Yokosuka Naval BaseKnights 24 25 2 17 — 68Red Devils 13 13 24 14 — 64Scoring — Knights: Koji Matsuoka 21, Ty Hall 16, Kyle Philson 14, Enosh Mutenda 11; Red Devils: James Mincey 22, Corey Hollingsworth 15, Tijari Marshall 12. Noteworthy — Matsuoka hit four three-point goals; Hollingsworth and Mincey hit three each.E.J. King 55, Sasebo Kosen 43 Wednesday at Sasebo Naval BaseSasebo Kosen 14 11 6 12 — 43Cobras 20 5 20 10 — 55Scoring — Cobras: Tsuyoshi Kemp 15, Cameron Reinhart 14, L.J. Scarver 11; Sasebo Kosen: Tomoro Jones 15. Rebounding — Cobras: Kemp 10, Scarver 8. Noteworthy — Reinhart hit four three-point goals.

Girls South KoreaHumphreys 44, Seoul Foreign 30 Friday at SeoulBlackhawks 2 12 11 19 — 44Crusaders 8 6 6 10 — 30Scoring — Blackhawks: Jaylynn Knight 14, Melissa Pritchett 10; Crusaders: Alaina Smith 12. Rebounding — Blackhawks: Pritchett 8, Madison Thomas 7; Crusaders: Edyn Mayo 13. Assists — Blackhawks: Trinity Barretto 7. Steals — Blackhawks: Knight 5, Acacia May 5.Daegu 62, Yongsan 28 Friday at Camp WalkerGuardians 4 7 9 8 — 28Warriors 10 15 22 15 — 62Scoring — Warriors: Bethani Newbold 25, Ariel Harvey 14, Jya Van 11. Rebounding — Warriors: Van 11. Blocked shots — Warriors: Van 6.

JapanASIJ 42, Yokota 31 Friday at TokyoPanthers 2 2 9 18 — 31Mustangs 13 14 8 7 — 42Scoring — Mustangs: Karen Fukuda 9; Panthers: Keiya Carlson 14.CAJ 51, Kinnick 23 Friday at TokyoRed Devils 7 6 5 5 — 23Knights 16 2 15 18 — 51Scoring — Knights: Rachel Nelson 16, Anna Stoesz 12, Jessica Bedow 10; Red Devils: Cassi Boyer 11. Rebounding — Knights: Mari Mosaku 14, Bedow 11, Stoesz 10.

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